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Jennifer Taitz

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Dr. Taitz aims to provide you with practical strategies to heighten your joy, wellbeing, and productivity.


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End Emotional Eating: Using...

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“After all, there is no alternative: living means feeling.”
Jennifer Taitz, End Emotional Eating: Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Cope with Difficult Emotions and Develop a Healthy Relationship to Food

“Imperfection is not our personal problem—it is a natural part of existing.” Not being willing to accept imperfection creates imperfection. Inflexible preoccupation with your body shape keeps you struggling around food—and often leads to eating disorders (Fairburn 2008). When you define yourself by your shape and are unwilling to accept certain aspects of the way you are, you are likely to resort to harsh efforts to control your body by restricting your food or by overexercising.”
Jennifer Taitz, End Emotional Eating: Using Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills to Cope with Difficult Emotions and Develop a Healthy Rela




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